Mountains, Minds and Montana Precision Ag

Cindy ZimmermanEducation

MSU logoMontana State University is having what they plan to be the first of a new annual seminar on precision agriculture.

Coordinator Olga Walsh, an assistant professor of soil nutrient management who works at the Western Triangle Ag Research Center, is hoping to get 150-200 producers to attend the seminar, which will feature several important precision topics and a couple of experts in the field.

Robert Blair
, who was the 2009 Precision Ag Farmer of the Year, will present his “Precision Ag Journey” and USDA-NRCS agronomist Pat Hensleigh will talk about “USDA-NRCS Nutrient Management Programs.”

The seminar is free and lunch is provided – check here for more info.